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  • Summary: Massive Assault Network 2 is a 3D think-based strategy game based on an original Secret Allies concept, where rivals struggle for global domination in a fascinating sci-fi environment. It is simple to understand, yet difficult to conquer, and most importantly, it is very addictive. The game is tailored to get players immersed in instant online play action: the game can be started with a single mouse click and the AI opponents make sure the player always has someone with which to fight. Offered as a "game for smart strategic players", Massive Assault Network 2 doesnot let casual gamers down. Friendly online AI opponents (presented as female tutors) are ready to offer all newbies effective training. This certainly serves as a good experience for fighting other live players. Innovative "online play mode" offers streamlined gaming experience: opponents will both stay in the game, watching each other actions in real-time. Fascinating 3D Engine with slow-mo camera. State-of-the-art unit and terrain graphics revolutionary for TBS genre with fancy camera to highlight the most dramatic moments of the battle. Extremely comfortable opponent matching system. In-game chat, convenient challenging system with flexible settings for optimized opponent finding. [Wargaming.net] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 15
  2. Negative: 1 out of 15
  1. It is, in essence, the perfect example of how to make an engrossing, addictive game through the most minimalist means.
  2. Massive Assault Network 2 is a game that deserves attention.
  3. A solid title that oozes replayability.
  4. This is an online turn-based strategy game done right. Even though the difficulty can be pretty tough, the game succeeds as both a casual or engaging war game. It's good on all fronts.
  5. The strip down presentation and easy to use interface allows anyone to get into the game without any barriers.
  6. If you really want to have a crack at more cerebral online strategy, you should have a look at the splendid DefCon first. It may not have anywhere near the scope or variety offered in MAN2’s maps and random-ally allocation, but it’s a fair bit cheaper and, dare we say it, requires less work to enjoy.
  7. With the inclusion of a story mode and faster gameplay the MAN series could be a hit someday. Until then, there's really no justification to purchase it.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 2
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